Eric Tayor Woods is a Canadian political and cultural sociologist with interests in the politics of identity, particularly in relation to nationalism, ethnicity, and religion. His interests also include the politics of memory and trauma in former British settler colonies.
His research included exploring the history of the Anglican's Church's involvment with running the Indian and Eskimo residential schools. This resulted in a Ph.D. thesis about the long road to the Anglican Church's apology.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of one electronic file (PDF) of the Ph.D. Thesis entitled, The Anglican Church of Canada and the Indian Residential Schools: A Meaning-Centred Analysis of the Long Road to Apology.